spending more time online than you are experiencing real life? If you know you
need to break away from the screen, but aren't sure how, consider some of these
• Set screen
time limits for yourself. Decide before you log on how much time you'll allow
yourself to spend in front of the screen. Then, set a timer and log off when
your time is up.
• Take a
class in something you've always wanted to learn, such as astronomy, fencing,
at a food bank, mentor an at-risk teen, sign up to help with an event at
• Take up
biking, running or dancing to help your body cope with all of the time you spend
in front of the computer.
• Explore a creative
pursuit such as writing, painting, or cooking.
is a great tool. However, too much of it can hurt your relationships, damage
your health and prevent you from living a rich and fulfilling life. To learn
more about how to live purposefully, visit us at www.TheCenterForFamilyUnity.com
or call us at 619.884.0601.